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If you have anything to share or correct, please email me. Thanks.


D INDEX:
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DE LANE LEA DEMOS AND OLYMPIC OUTS

Purple Haze
Red House
La Poupee Quit Fait Non (this is titled No No No on OOTS2)
I Don't Live Today
Fire
The Wind Cries Mary
(the first six songs are on both volumes of Out of the Studio)
Takin Care of Business
Gypsy Blood
Lover Man
Little One
Room Full of Mirrors
Mr. Bad Luck
Sunshine of Your LOve
Shame Shame Shame
Cat Talking To Me

Out of the Studio 2 presents the entire Out of the Studio 1 boot with some 
extra tracks from the same sessions (OOTS2 is a double-CD). 

De Lane Lea Demos features all of the songs on Out of the Studio 1, 
with the addition of several other non-AYE tracks.





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DIAMONDS IN THE DUST (Midnight Beat CD 022/23)
 
There was a review in J.I.M.I. (Jimi Hendrix Information Institute
newsletter), and basically it's a 
"greatest hits of studio
outtakes, with extended versions of material that has, for the most part,
been previously released".
 
Disc 1
------
S1115 Jungle Jam/Beginning/a few chords of Burning Desire
S835/S836 Drivin' South (fast version w/The Experience)/Sgt. Pepper (only
         first part played)
S710 Cherokee Mist
S749 Cherokee Mist Blues/In From The Storm/Valleys Of Neptune (beg.slightly
         incomplete, and Valleys Of Neptune is missing)
S993 Ezy Ryder (w/congas version, end incomplete)
S1006 Instrumental Jam ("Drivin' South Jam", beginning incomplete)
S1100 Freedom/Ezy Ryder Jam (maybe a fraction of a second more intro which 
         means it's not lifted from Freak Out Blues)
/S972 Highway Of Desire
/S813 Seven Dollars In My Pocket
S976/S259/S977 Send My Love To Linda I,II,III
S968 Lord I Sing The Blues For Me And You (longer intro, different mix)
 
Disc 2
------
S1087 Brazil (longer intro: guitar chords not on Freak Out Blues)
Instrumental Jam (First part of the song is similar to Richie Havens' 
         "Freedom" at Woodstock, but is it Jimi playing here? Jimi soloing 
         in the latter part of the song)
/Little Dog O' Mine (Billy Cox on vocals!)
Send My Love To Linda bass practice session w/tape playback in studio
S979 Valleys Of Neptune practice (I,II)
S1036 Blue Window Jam (1st half incomplete, this ver. ca. 20m)
S1199 Message To Love Jam (w/The Express)
Instrumental Jam 25m with gi+dr only which incorporates: Tryin' To Be,
         Power Of Soul, Burning Desire, Bolero, part of Message To Love,
         Gypsy Boy, Cherokee Mist Blues, Flamingo Hey Baby Improvisation.
S1007 Untitled improvisation/Villanova Junction Jam/Electric Lady Land Jam/
         part of Ezy Ryder Jam/South Saturn Delta Jam/Crash Landing Jam
         (maybe this is a more complete version of S1007)
S981 Ships Passing In The Night
 
TRACK/PREVIOUSLY AVAILABLE ON:
(info from J.I.M.I.)
Jungle/Beginning -- Masters Masters and Eyes & Imagination
Driving South/Sgt. Pepper -- Symphony of Experience
Cherokee Mist -- First Rays of the New Rising Sun and Cherokee Mist
Ships Passing in the Night -- First Rays of the New Rising Sun and Cherokee Mist
Send My Love To Linda -- First Rays of the New Rising Sun and Cherokee Mist
Pride of Man -- Studio Experience and Multicoloured Blues
Driving South (really Hendrix/McLaughlin jam featured on 51st Anniversary)
Highway of Desire -- 22 min. version previously unavailable
Crying Blue Rain -- The Completer
Studio Catastrophe -- 51st Anniversary
Villanova Junction/Ships Passing -- 51st Anniversary
Blue Window Jam -- Freak Out Jam
Lonely Avenue Parts 1 & 2 -- Electric Gypsy and Freak Out Blues

ANOTHER REVIEW:

  CD 1

1) Jungle/Beginning  -                       5:57
2) Drivin' South  -                          5:04
3) Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band  -   :40
4) Cherokee Mist  -                          5:36
5) Pride of Man  -                           6:30
6) Ezy Rider (Embryonic Version)  -          3:56
7) Drivin' South  -                          9:15
8) Highway of Desire (Part 1 and 2)  -      22:35
9) Send My Love to Linda  -                  3:56
10) Cryin' Blue Rain  -                     10:36

  CD 2

1) Villanova Junction/Ships Passing in the Night  - 13:11
2) Lil Dog O' Mine/Valleys of Neptune Arising  -     6:38
3) Blue Window Jam (Part 1 and 2)  -                19:03
4) Variation on a Theme/Lonely Avenue (Part 1)  -   25:17
5) Variation on a Theme/Lonely Avenue (Part 2)  -    9:32
6) Ships Passing in the Night  -                     2:38

CD 1
         #1 With Band of Gypsys, Hit Factory Studios, September 6, 1969;
      #2-#3 With Experience, Olympic Sound Studios, January 26, 1968;
         #4 With Experience, Record Plant Studios, May 2, 1968; 
         #5 With Band of Gypsys, Record Plant Studios, 1969;
         #6 With Band of Gypsys, Olmstead Studios, April 6, 1969;
         #7 With John McLaughlin, Record Plant Studios, March 25, 1969;
         #8 With Band of Gypsys, Record Plant Studios, January 23, 1969;
         #9 Jimi Solo, Record Plant Studios, April 21, 1969;
        #10 With Band of Gypsys, Hit Factory Studios, September 6, 1969.
CD 2

         #1 With Steven Stills & Nicky Hopkins, Record Plant Studios,
May 14, 1969;
         #2 Jimi & Billy, Record Plant Studios, September 24, 1969;
         #3 With Buddy Miles Express, Mercury Sound Studios, March 15, 1969;
      #4-#5 Jimi & Buddy, Record Plant Studios, November 14, 1969;
         #6 With Band of Gypsys, Record Plant Studios, May 14, 1969.

  Now all the above is the actual track listings, studio locations and
personnel as contained on the CD. I believe some of it is incorrect. 
Maybe someone can make the proper corrections/notations.



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Driving South with the Jimi Hendrix Experience
Tan Studio

acetate vinyl boot

only ten copies made

Paris 29th 1968 show. SB recording.

Tracks as listed on cover

Side 1

Killing Floor
Catfish Blues
Foxy Lady

Side 2

Drivin' South
Tune Up Song
The Wind Cries Mary
Fire
Little Wing
Purple Haze

Green lp sized paper insert. Plain white cuttout record cover.

Sound quality is good but like all acetates it's slightly crackly.

To a Hendrix vinyl collector completist it's probably one of the rarest
boots there is and so is a highly sought after item.